||Trad, Ice, Alpine, 3 pitches, 420', Grade III
|Original: ||WI5 [details]|
|FA: ||Todd Cozzens and Alaric Miller|
|Season: ||November through March|
|Page Views: ||1,889|
|Submitted By: ||Alan Searcy on Jan 30, 2006|
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Unknown climber from Bozeman. If this is you, sen...
Moonrise is the obvious flow joining High on Boulder from the right side of the drainage. Do the same approach that is, drive to the end of the road, park and cross the river to catch the riverside trail/superhighway. Takes about an hour to get to the base. One 50m pitch of WI 3+ gets you to the base of the business, a 40m vertical section of WI 5 if it's fat. If this curtain is lean you will see an amazing grouping of ice mushrooms randomly placed on the vertical wall and obligatory WI 6 climbing. After the curtain, you may continue up a 40 m bulge of WI 3 and then rap the route.
Screws, screamers and few long runners with leaver sling to donate for V-threads.
Moonrise is the right-hand flow entering the High ...
Getting the full body workout on the 2nd pitch of ...
Lots of mushrooms with a cruxy roof at mid height....
Brian and Tom Getting After It
Three unknown climbers from the Bozeman area. Guy...
joe mucci leading in january 06
Unknown climbers from the Bozeman area. Guys, if ...
Clipinmt, high on the first pitch of Moonrise
Ryan topping out on moonrise with High on Boulder ...
By Todd Cozzens
From: Cody, WY
Aug 23, 2006
F.A. by Todd Cozzens and Alaric Miller.